Thomas W. Smith Academic Fellowships are funded through a donation by Mr. Thomas W. Smith to recognize academic excellence. Subject to maintenance of good academic standing, awards are renewable until the recipient completes their degree contract credits.
We are pleased to offer the Barbara Price Fellowship to support newly admitted CUNY BA students with demonstrated financial need. This is a one-time fellowship of $2,500 for first semester students.
In memory of her mother, CUNY Baccalaureate alumna Pennell Somsen (B.A., 2015) established The Anne Duncan Somsen Memorial Fund to offer financial assistance to students who are entering CUNY BA for the first time and who are the first in their families to pursue a college education.
This scholarship, made possible by Mary Beth and Richard Ketchum in memory of their parents, is for CUNY BA students studying, working in, or preparing for careers in health, human services, social welfare or education.
In honor of Religious Studies Professor and CUNY BA faculty mentor Barbara Sproul, this scholarship has been established for CUNY BA students who are pursuing religious studies directly or an interdisciplinary field that includes religious studies.
This scholarship, made possible by Professor Barry Rosen in memory of his parents who were graduates of CUNY BA, is for CUNY BA students whose area of interest focuses on business or Jewish studies.
This scholarship, made possible by CUNY BA alumna Kayhan Irani and her family in memory of Ms. Irani’s grandmother, is for CUNY Baccalaureate students preparing for careers as teachers.
This award, made possible by CUNY BA alumnus and former Thomas W. Smith Academic Fellow Steven Suthiana (B.S., 2009; Psychology of Human Sexuality), is for a current CUNY BA student whose degree focuses on LGBTQ Studies or who is otherwise working to advance LGBTQ causes.
This award is for a current CUNY BA female, international student, who is working toward social justice.